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Practice Final Exam.
You should complete all eight problems (25 points each). Scientific calculators are allowed, but
no other aids. Some useful information is included on the last five pages.
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Introduction to Mechanics and Thermodynamics, Physics 1401, Fall 2016
Midterm Quiz.
Thursday, November 10, 10:10 am.
You should complete all four problems (25 points each). Some useful information is
included on the last four pages.
1. Rolling a coin.
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Introduction to Mechanics and Thermodynamics, Physics 1401
Practice Midterm Quiz.
You should complete all four problems (25 points each). Some useful information is included
on the last four pages. Good luck!
1. Block and bullet.
A block of mass M is posi
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Instructions: You will have 75 minutes to answer the questions on this exam. It consists of 25
multiple choice questions, each worth 1 point. You will be permitted to use a calculator and the
attached reference sheets. GOOD L
Homework Questions for Physics Week 3
Due the week of February 27
ANSWER KEY
Useful Values:
Plancks constant (h) = 6.63 10-34 J s
Gravitational constant G = 6.674 x 10-11 m3 s-2 kg-1
Mass of an electron (me) = 9.11 10-31 kg
Speed of light in a vacuum (c)
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Instructions: You will have 75 minutes to answer the questions on this exam. It consists of 25
multiple choice questions, each worth 1 point. You will be permitted to use a calculator and the
attached reference sheets. GOOD L
The
Decameron
By: Giovanni Boccaccio
Study Guide Compiled By:
Conder Shou
Barnabas Wang
BACKGROUND
Giovanni Boccaccio
Born in Florence, Italy in 1313-1375 in a wealthy merchant banker family.
His father wanted him to continue the family legacy, but Bocc
Study Guide
Cantos: Summary
Canto 1
Dante finds himself alone in a forest. He is blocked at the top of a hill by three
beasts. Dante meets Virgil who offers to guide Dante through Hell and Purgatory.
Virgil explains to Dante about the wolf and greyhound (
A Study Guide for Luke and John (New Oxford Annotated Bible)
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Professor Karen Van Dyck
HUMA 1002 Section 42
The Bible
Background and Context
New Oxford Annotated Bible (New Revised Stan
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Instructions: You will have 75 minutes to answer the questions on this exam. It consists of 25
multiple choice questions, each worth 1 point. You will be permitted to use a calculator and the
attached reference sheets. GOOD L
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I = m = s 2 Polarizing Sheets: I = 12 I 0unpol I = I 0 cos 2 Snell's Law: n2 sin 2 = n1 sin 1
c0 4 r
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2
1
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PHYSICS 1291 LAB - SECTION 01
MONDAY 1-4pm
TA: Andrew Wieteska
e-mail: [email protected]
GENERAL COMMENTS
You should approach laboratory work as a professional activity. There are
rules which should be followed and they will be enforced at all times.
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Solutions: Assignment #9
Chapter 35
6. (a) The frequency of yellow sodium light is
f =
c 2.998 108 m s
=
= 5.09 1014 Hz.
9
589 10 m
(b) When traveling through the glass, its wavelength is
n =
589 nm
=
= 388 nm.
n
152
.
(c) The light speed when traveling
Solutions: Assignment #5
Chapter 28
8. Letting F = q E + v B = 0 , we get vB sin = E . We note that (for given values of
(
)
the fields) this gives a minimum value for speed whenever the sin factor is at its
maximum value (which is 1, corresponding to =
Assignment #11
Quiz for this problem set: Wed. April 27
Sections: Chapt. 38 Sec 1,3,5 (9th edition: Sec1-2,4-6), Chapt. 40 Sec. 3 (9th edition: Sec. 6)
Chapt. 42 Sec. 1-8 (9th edition: Sec. 1-9), Chapt. 43 Sec. 1-6 (9th edition: Sec. 1-8)
Chapter 38:
phot
Hints for Assignment #3
Chapter 24:
4
b) See Sample Problem p.634 and equation 24-21 and following equation.
5 Place the origin of a coordinate system at the sheet and take the x axis to be parallel to
the field and positive in the direction of the field.
Hints for Assignment #11
Chapter 38:
9. a) Let R be the rate of photon production and E be the energy of a single photon.
Then, P = RE = Rhc/ b) Since photons are emitted uniformly in all directions, R =
R
4r2I c) The photon flux is I =
4 r 2
29. a) f =
c
Hints for Assignment #7
Chapter 31:
3. a) The time between maximum energy in capacitor to maximum energy in inductor is
cycle. (See Fig. 31-1) c) Maximum in inductor happens twice a cycle.
15. a) Q = CVmax b) I = Q as in problem 11 above. c) U B ,max =
1
Hints for Assignment #1
Chapter 21:
2. The fact that the spheres are identical allows us to conclude that when two spheres are
in contact, they share equal charge.
6. a) Use Newtons second and third laws b) One can calculate the force on one of the
partic
Hints for Assignment #6
Chapter 30:
dB
. The flux is found from the area and
dt
magnetic field of the solenoid. Then use di/dt = i/t .
3. The induced emf is given by = N
7. a) The magnitude of the emf is =
dB
dt
b) Use Lenzs law.
11. Use B = BA cos with =
Sample Final Exam
Physics 1202
May 9, 2016
This is a 3hr exam with 8 problems totaling 200 points. Try to do all problems; partial credit
will be given. Show all your work neatly in the exam book. Start each problem on a
new page of the exam book and mark
Assignment #2
Quiz for this problem set: Wed. Feb. 10
Chapter 23:
6
Flux = -486 Nm2/C, q = -4.3x10-9 C
7 2.0105 Nm2/C
14 a) 1.8x10-6 C b) -5.3x10-6 C c) 8.9x10-6 C
18 2.0x10-6 C/m2
20 a) -8.0 C b) 12 C c) -5.3 C
27 3.810-8 C/m2
36 a) 2.001011 N/C j b) E =